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  • best Apprentice ever! Lord Sugar: I've read all your CV's and on paper you all look good, but so does fish and chips Lord Sugar: It's sink or swim
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  • third it. Chip: [about Helga] Hey, did you guys know there's a giant tree toad in here? Helga: [to Chip] I love you! [She lunges herself at Chip, who moves
    31 KB (4,627 words) - 16:24, 18 May 2016
  • Happiness comes in small doses folks. It's a cigarette, or a chocolate chip cookie or a five second orgasm, that's it okay? You cum, you eat the cookie
    9 KB (1,583 words) - 19:55, 18 February 2016
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers is a 2002 epic fantasy adventure film and the second installment in The Lord of the Rings motion picture trilogy
    44 KB (6,866 words) - 00:27, 8 April 2016
  • Edmund Burke, Letters, Letter I, On a Regicide Peace. He was not merely a chip of the old Block, but the old Block itself. Edmund Burke, About William Pitt—Wraxall's
    57 KB (8,868 words) - 04:59, 4 May 2016
  • Trees (1996), author's note. Reading one book is like eating one potato chip. Diane Duane, So You Want to Be a Wizard (fiction). p. 19, paperback version
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  • Honourable William Pitt. See also the Yale Book of Quotations. Not merely a chip of the old 'block', but the old block itself. Nathaniel Wraxall, "Historical
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  • two things to flesh themselves out. Dear Lord Baby Jesus, we'd also like to thank you for my wife’s father Chip. We hope that you can use your baby Jesus
    45 KB (7,241 words) - 23:44, 29 November 2015
  • you getting this? You know I can't. Buffy: Right. The chip. Spike: No, not the chip! Not the chip, dammit. You honestly think I'd go to the end of the
    10 KB (55,197 words) - 14:35, 4 December 2015
  • Veronica: You are going to be so popular in Hell. Veronica: Chip, a moment of your time. Chip: I'm kinda in the middle of something. Veronica: It's a cluster
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  • the Limits of Our Imagination", interview by Diane Hamblen in U.S. Navy's Chips Ahoy magazine (July 1986) Æquum est Peccatis veniam poscentem reddere
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  • Warcraft (section Crypt Lord)
    chorus to T.N.T. by AC/DC) "You got a chip on your shoulder." "Hmm, yes and a bit of fish, too." (Fish and chips) "We must defeat the dwarves!/Ugh, we
    57 KB (8,607 words) - 14:28, 31 May 2016
  • phobias as a consequence. Outsiders who don't understand think we have a chip on our shoulder, but it's not that at all. We're so used to failure, to being
    25 KB (3,170 words) - 00:13, 6 August 2015
  • September 1780). referring to a Mr. Richard Coombe. He was not merely a chip of the old Block, but the old Block itself. On Pitt's First Speech (26 February
    80 KB (11,373 words) - 19:34, 26 June 2016
  • John Connor: Her chip! It's gone! Where is he?! John Henry! He took her chip! Where did he go?! Catherine Weaver: He didn't take the chip. She gave it to
    107 KB (16,361 words) - 16:09, 22 June 2016
  • Berkofsky, Martin Berkovic, Eyal Berle, Milton Berleant, Arnold Berlet, Chip Berlin, Irving Berlin, Isaiah Berlinerblau, Jacques Berlioz, Hector Berlusconi
    40 KB (2,529 words) - 00:09, 29 May 2016
  • you getting this? You know I can't. Buffy: Right. The chip. Spike: No, not the chip! Not the chip, dammit. You honestly think I'd go to the end of the
    61 KB (9,408 words) - 14:42, 1 December 2015
  • Cortana's data chip, the Master Chief grabs it first] Captain Del Rio: Give... me... that... chip. John-117: [inserts Cortana's data chip into his helmet]
    89 KB (13,965 words) - 05:48, 24 December 2015
  • Chicago, are laid out in straight lines. Like the circuits on computer chips, there are a lot of right angles in cities like this. But London is a glorious
    15 KB (1,935 words) - 17:43, 31 March 2016
  • and patient, inside a block of white marble, and all I needed to do was chip away everything that wasn't him. Neil Gaiman, in his afterword in the "Preludes
    80 KB (11,220 words) - 04:15, 12 June 2016

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